Sony is adding another prime focal point to its G-Master family and this one has some genuine reach. The FE 400mm F2.8 GM OSS is Sony’s first vast gap fax prime focal point and the lightest in its class at somewhat more than 6 pounds, as indicated by the organization.

Sony says it kept the pounds off by utilizing fluorite focal point components and a “liberal” measure of magnesium combination segments. The focal point highlights two recently grew fast XD (outrageous dynamic) Linear Motors that drive the focal point’s concentration gathering and conveys a 5x change in moving-subject following execution when mounted on the a9, Sony claims. Driving the engines are uncommonly created movement calculations that assistance limit slack and shakiness, and control commotion levels, Sony says.

The 400mm uses Sony’s Nano AR covering to lessen flare and ghosting and includes a 11-sharp edge gap. It offers a residue and dampness safe form with four adaptable concentration hold catches all through the body and a drop-in channel opening (for 40.5mm channels). Sony will offer a discretionary drop-in polarizing channel that can be pivoted in the space to change the level of filtration. The front focal point component has a Fluorine covering to make it simpler to clean.

Sony Unveils New Fe 400mm F2.8 Gm Oss Telephoto Lens

In the event that you possess the a9, Sony is discharging a product refresh to help the focal point. The refresh enhances optical picture adjustment and empowers nonstop shooting with auto center following, notwithstanding when your opening is more noteworthy than F11. The refresh likewise gives you a chance to enter the camera serial number to the Exif information, enhances self-adjust speed in low light conditions, upgraded persistent AF execution when following a moving subject, and lessened discharge time slack when shooting with streak.

The FE 400mm F2.8 GM OSS is booked to send in September for about $12,000. The Drop-in Circular Polarizing Filter (display VF-DCPL1) will deliver later in December for about $400.


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